feel out of things

feel out of things

To not be aware of or knowledgeable about something; to not be included or participating in something. Said especially of a particular trend, group, or activity. Everyone's been playing this new Japanese card game at school, but I feel out of things because I can't afford all the accessories for it.
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feel out of things

to feel alienated from something. I feel out of things lately. Are people ignoring me? I feel a little out of things at this party, but I will try to join in the fun.
See also: feel, of, out, thing

be/feel ˈout of it/things

not be/feel part of a group, a conversation, an activity, etc: I didn’t know anybody at the party so I felt a bit out of it really.
See also: feel, of, out, thing